LM vs. EM Debate.

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LM vs. EM

LM's are best.
251
43%
EM's are best.
254
43%
My Dad can beat up your Dad.
80
14%
 
Total votes: 585

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Re: LM vs. EM Debate.

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62droptop wrote: » Fri Apr 19, 2019 9:23 am

I just voted and put the EM's ahead
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LM's = 238
EM's = 239


It just proves that it takes more EM's to equal LM's 43% to 43%
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LM=239
EM=240

go EMs!

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I have definitive proof that EMs are better than LMs. No HRPT. Ha.
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You know what I think
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You know, I really like 'em both. I own a LM, but I'm getting the bug to get an early, too. I can't yet, but after looking at several very nice early sedans at Clark's last weekend, I'm thinking I might like to get an early sedan, too. Very different from my '66 vert but still a great looking Corvair.
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I got an EM sedan but I must say the LM’s have a more muscle car vibe. The EM interior looks better though. I am tossed. Voted for both.
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EM, like the styling & seems to me that they stand out more then most 1960s cars!

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I voted and... I was surprised! EM's in the lead? I'm pretty biased toward the LM's, I guess, since the '66 was the first one that I ever saw... and the first one that I ever saw, I bought! :)
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What is an LM and DM?

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DanE wrote:What is an LM and DM?
Assuming you mean LM and EM.

LM is a "late model" Corvair, model years 1965 thru 1969. EM is "early model", which ran from 1960 thru 1964.

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Bruins_Fan wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:31 am
DanE wrote:What is an LM and DM?
Assuming you mean LM and EM.

LM is a "late model" Corvair, model years 1965 thru 1969. EM is "early model", which ran from 1960 thru 1964.

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I did mean LM and EM, and now I get it, thanks.

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Ha! I just bumped the EM's. Of course I had to vote that way since I am getting a 1964, just made it under the EM wire. Sorry LM'ers. :-)

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Since I am a fan of the 1963 Chevrolet model year over all I have to go with EM. I would love to get one of each model Chevrolet built in 1963. That would be my project if I ever hit the lottery. Build a fake dealership show room full of 1963 Chevrolets.
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